Elizabeth Kucinich

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"Elizabeth Kucinich is a sustainable food and vegan advocate, a champion for peace, human rights, animals and the environment. A government affairs professional, Elizabeth moved to the USA in 2005 to organize the American Monetary Institute’s first international conference on Monetary Reform, after having lived and worked in slums in India and rural subsistence communities in Tanzania. She was a congressional liaison for the 63rd President of the United Nations General Assembly. Academically, she holds a BA in Religious Studies and Theology, an MA in International Conflict Analysis, and a Certificate in Peace and Reconciliation Studies. Elizabeth is an Executive Producer of "GMO-OMG," a documentary exploring genetic engineering in agriculture and food. She is also co-producing “Hot Water,” a documentary about the nuclear industry, uranium mining and the radioactive pollution of water. She lives in Washington, D.C. with her husband, Dennis Kucinich, a former US Congressman and two-time US Presidential candidate. They share their home and garden with their three rescue dogs and cat, and a hive of bees they lovingly refer to as their girls." [1]

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  1. Rodale Board, organizational web page, accessed July 15, 2018.